|United Farm Workers Union Journal, 1972-1973 - James J. Horgan|
Journal compiled by author from letters he wrote while director of research for United Farm Workers Union
Keywords: United Farm Workers
|Bonnie Raitt on Her Early Influences|
Multi award winning singer song writer and activist Bonnie Raitt sits down with union organizer Dolores Huerta in the second installment of This Brave Nation.
Keywords: this brave nation; bonnie raitt; dolores huerta; united farm workers; women; activism; anti-nuclear; afsc
|Ellen David Friedman 8-November-2005 To Life! A Celebration of Vermont Jewish Women - DAVAR: The Vermont Jewish Women's History Project|
Ann Zinn Buffum and Sandra Stillman Gartner, project directors, interviewed Ellen David Friedman on November 8, 2005 in East Montpelier, Vermont as part of DAVARâs oral history project. Ellen David Friedman was born in New York City on May 7, 1952. Since she was 12 years old, she has been a passionate activist. After reading Jonathon Kozol's Death at an Early Age, an account of growing up black in the public schools, she organized her school friends to read the book, and then sell copies door t...
Keywords: social activist; vermont bio; united farm workers; vermont teachers union; united electrical workers
|ST 3 27 14 Edit - Sojourner Truth|
Thursday: Resisting Environmental Destruction on Indigenous Lands (REDOIL) took the mega oil company Shell to court and earlier this year won their case. Alaska based Faith Gemmil, Executive Director of REDOIL join us as we mark the 25th anniversary of the largest oil spill in US history, the Exxon Valdez spill in Alaska. While the nation has been focused on NSA spying, what is going on in spying centers based in local police stations across the country? Why can your local Police Departmen...
Keywords: Stop LAPD Spying Coalition; LAPD; UFW; Cesar Chavez; Earth Watch; REDOIL; United Farm Workers
|Dolores Huerta on The Decision Which Changed Her Life Forever|
Iconic union organizer Dolores Huerta sits down Multi award winning singer song writer Bonnie Raitt and activist in the second installment of This Brave Nation.
Keywords: this brave nation; dolores huerta; bonnie raitt; united farm workers; dolores huerta foundation; afsc; no-nukes
|Interview with Antonio Orendain : radio station KMUL, Muleshoe, Texas, March 17, 1974, 1:15 P.M. - Gonzalez, Bill Valdez. Anzaldua, Elaas Noa. Orendain, Antonio.|
Interview with the future leader of the Texas Farm Workers Union HD6515
Keywords: Migrant agricultural laborers -- United States. Agricultural laborers -- United States -- Labor unions. United Farm Workers of America
|FBI Files on United Farm Workers (1965-76) - U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)|
This is a collection of Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) files on the United Farm Workers union from 1965-76. The primary file is 100-HQ-444762, documenting an investigation of possible "communist infiltration" of the union. The files here do not include any of the likely more voluminous FBI field office files from California state. They may also be found on the FBI's web site: http://vault.fbi.gov/Cesar%20Chavez A separate collection of FBI files on Cesar Chavez may be found here: http://a...
Keywords: Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); United Farm Workers (UFW); Cesar Chavez
|Cesar Chavez interview|
Description: An interview with Cesar Chavez at the United Farm Workers (UFW) headquarters in Keene, California.Source: 1 Reel of 1: Film: 16mm (camera original reversal)Note: Includes B-roll. First three minutes and last thirteen minutes are silent.Collection Employment Development DepartmentCall Number: 2007-013Rights: Copyright status unknown. This work may be protected by the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.)...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Keene (Calif.); Chavez, Cesar, 1927-1993; United Farm Workers; Agriculture
|FBI Files on Cesar Chavez (1966-75) - U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)|
This is a set of 5 FBI headquarters files on Cesar Chavez, founder of the United Farm Workers (UFW) union, from 1966-75. It includes 161-HQ-15963, a "special investigation" of Chavez initiated in 1966 at the behest of the White House. The files here do not include any of the likely more voluminous FBI field office files from California state. They may also be found on the FBI's web site: http://vault.fbi.gov/Cesar%20Chavez A set of FBI documents on the UFW may be found here: http://archive.org/d...
Keywords: Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Cesar Chavez; United Farm Workers (UFW)
|Talking to the Enemy with Scott Atran - sgl|
Scott Atran is an anthropologist and a leading expert on terrorism and violence. He is interviewed by Chris Mooney. Scott Atran has worked with terrorists and Islamic fundamentalists, as well as political leaders. He is author of the book "Talking to the Enemy: Faith, Brotherhood, and the (un)Making of Terrorists". See the book review by Al Mckay who is an Associate Editor of e-International Relations.The word "terrorism" is politically and emotionally charged, and this greatly compounds...
Keywords: Great Speeches And Interviews; Scott Atran; Chris Mooney; Islamic fundamentalists; terrorists; Al Mckay; Cesar Chavez; Farm workers; civil rights; United Farm Workers union
|Insight: Methyl Iodide / SacPress / Dancing With Pain / Audie Cornish|
Methyl Iodide - Farm workers and environmental groups are suing the California Department of Pesticide Regulation for using a pesticide called methyl iodide. Typically used for strawberry cultivation in Southern and Central California, environmental groups are claiming methyl iodide causes cancer and miscarriages in farm workers. We'll speak with President of the United Farm Workers Union, Arturo Rodriguez, as he and a small band of union faithfuls march the 165 miles from Madera to Sacramento t...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; methyl iodide; pesticide use; California Department of Pesticide Regulation; United Farm Workers Union; Arturo Rodriquez, President, United Farm Workers; Jim Sims, co-author of patent for methyl iodide; SacPress; Colleen Belcher, Managing Editor, SacramentoPress.com; Dancing With Pain; Loolwa Khazzoom; Audie Cornish, Host, Weekend Edition Sunday
|The Potrero View (Volume Vol. 3, No. 11)|
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: McGovern and Nixon backers campaign on Hill; Dr, George Roth; Dr. Dean Eichenberg; United Farm Workers canvas Hill; voting recommendations; alternative junior opens at 115 Wisconnsin; Food Stamp program abuse; questionaire for readers
|Insight: Iceland / Cesar Chavez / Listener Emails / "Thirty Minute Pasta"|
Iceland Ice Rink - A Sacramento landmark was destroyed by fire this past weekend. The Iceland Ice Rink on Del Paso Boulevard had been open for 70 years. The fire started early Sunday and the old building quickly became a lost cause. The cause of the fire is not yet known although a burned car found at the back of the building has attracted attention. Today on Insight, we'll listen again to segment we did in 2007 about the history of Iceland Ice Rink, which was being told in a local public TV doc...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; Iceland Ice Rink; Rob Kerth; Cesar Chavez; United Farm Workers; Union of Their Dreams, The; Miriam Pawel; listener emails; Thirty Minute Pasta; Giuliano Hazan; Italian cookbook writer Marcella Hazan
|Insight: The IRS - Another View / Lake Davis Pike / Dolores Huerta|
Lake Davis Follow Up - There's good news from Lake Davis. The non-native Northern Pike is finally gone - or so it seems - thanks to poison state officials added to the lake last year. Today on Insight, we'll talk with the person who led the effort to kill off the Pike, and a local who's excited about the coming fishing season. The IRS - Another View - Following up on our interview with tax attorney Roni Deutch, we talk to Steve Mopsick, a tax attorney who used to work for the IRS...
Keywords: Northern Pike; Lake Davis; Portola; IRS; tax attorney; Roni Deutch; Steve Mopsick; Dolores Huerta; Dolores Huerta Foundation; United Farm Workers; Cesar Chavez; Fund for the Feminist Majority; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Oral history interview with Roy Greenaway, 1990-1991 : oral history transcript / 1993 - Greenaway, Roy, 1929- ive|
Keywords: Democratic Party (U.S.); Democratic Party (Calif.); United Farm Workers; California Democratic Council; Presidents -- United States Election 1952; Presidents -- United States Election 1960; Water rights -- California; Migrant agricultural laborers -- California; United States -- Politics and government 1945-1989; California -- Politics and government 1951-; United States -- Politics and government 1989-1993
|Labor on the Line|
Call Number: Oral History Collection Description: Recordings of a Bay Area independent radio news program from 1984-1987 covering labor issues with a primary focus on California. Includes numerous interviews with local labor leaders regarding significant strikes and labor struggles such as the historic Latina-led Watsonville Cannery Strike, United Farm Workers' (UFW) "Wrath of Grapes" campaign, and the month-long SEIU Local 250 Kaiser healthcare workers strike.Rights: Copyrighted...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Cannery workers--California; Labor union members--California; Labor unions--California--History; Labor union leaders--California; Medical personnel--California; Medical personnel--Labor unions--United States; Strikes and lockouts--Cannery workers--California--Watsonville; Women labor union members--California--History; Mexican American women--California--History; Watsonville Canning Strike, Watsonville, Calif., 1985-1987; Women cannery workers--California--Watsonville; Service Employees International Union. Local 250 (San Francisco, Calif.); United Farm Workers
|Say It LOUD: New Songs For Peace - Pacifica Radio Archives and The Polemic Consortium|
Pacifica Radio Archives and The Polemic Consortium presents "Say It LOUD: New Songs For Peace." The Polemic Consortium is Mark Torres, Gomez, Bulldog Music composed by Gomez and Bulldog Mixed and produced by Mark Torres 01. Ed Asner 02. I Want All of My Daughters to be Like Maxine Waters - Maxine Waters (D-CA), Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) 03. Damn Some Money - Muhammad Ali 04. Bin Bush - Michael Moore 05...
Keywords: Ed Asner; Maxine Waters; Dennis Kucinich; Muhammad Ali; Michael Moore; Gore Vidal; Tariq Ali; Angela Davis; Fannie Lou Hamer; Thich Nhat Hanh; Greg Palast; Lily Tomlin; Huey Newton; Dr. Helen Caldicott; Che Guevara; John Coltrane; Wounded Knee; George Jackson; Mumia Abu-Jamal; Malcolm X; James Baldwin; Adriene Rich; Langston Hughes; H. Rap Brown; Elijah Muhammad; Bayard Rustin; Rosa Parks; Paul Robeson; Jean-Bertrand Aristide; Cesar Chavez; Dolores Huerta; United Farm Workers; Voice from the Chicano Moratorium
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|People United 2013 Mar 22 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features a conversation with PODER Director Susana Almanza and former Texas State Sen. Gonzalo Barrientos about politics and social movements in Austin with reference to the legacy of the late civil-rights and labor leader Cesar Chavez. They spoke in the KOOP Studio on March 14, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Susana Almanza; People Organized in Defense of the Earth and her Resources; PODER; Gonzalo Barrientos; Texas State Legislature; Texas State Senate; Texas State House; Cesar Chavez; United Farm Workers; Cesar Chavez March; East Austin; labor; worker; union; unionize; agriculture; agricultural; migrant; immigrant; immigration; industry; business; agribusiness; rural; urban; race; ethnicity; racism; white supremacy; class; capitalism; community; communities; organizing; activism; social movements; politics; right to organize; civil rights; voting rights; voter participation; Martin Luther King; minorities; people of color; Latin; Latino; Chicano; Hispanic; Mexican American; African American; Austin City Council; at-large system; geographic representation; single-member districts; gentlemen's agreement; 10-1 plan; Economy Furniture; strike; boycott; protest; segregation; gentrification; taxes; affordable housing; environmental justice; economic justice; racial justice; social justice; history; current events
|People United 2014 Jan 24 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features Thorne Dreyer and Alice Embree on activism and the alternative press in Austin, Texas, during the 1960s and 1970s. They spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin on January 30, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Thorne Dreyer; Alice Embree; activism; alternative press; underground press; underground newspaper; independent media; journalism; free speech; assembly; participatory democracy; public space; social space; campus; geography; students; University of Texas at Austin; Students for Democratic Action; Students for a Democratic Society; Port Huron Statement; Gentle Thursday; The Daily Texan; Red River Women's Press; Fly By Night Press; The Rag; Rag Reunion; The Rag Blog; Rag Radio; New Journalism Project; technology; offset printing; internet; counterculture; civil rights; war; anti-war; soldiers; veterans; cooperative; collective; housing; transportation; solidarity; movement; liberation; gay; women; feminism; gentrification; segregation; desegregation; economic; gender; racial; social; justice; black; Chicano; United Farm Workers; Brown Berets; Juarez-Lincoln University; East Austin; Vietnam; El Salvador; Nicaragua; Chile; Oleo Strut; Under the Hood Cafe; Killeen; Houston; Space City News; KPFT; Texas; United States; 1960s; 1970s; history; current events
|People United 2013 Dec 06 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features Marcelo Tafoya on Chicano activism, Tex-Mex culture, and the Mexican American community, with an emphasis on two newspapers he used to publish in Austin, Texas, The Echo and Musica. He spoke at the Austin History Center on October 27, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; A Journalistic View of Grassroots Activism 1970-1980; Marcelo Tafoya; The Echo; Musica; Gloria Espitia; Austin History Center; Brown Beret Series; Brown Berets; La Raza Unida; United Farm Workers; LULAC; League of United Latin American Citizens; PODER; People Organized in Defense of the Earth and her Resources; Tejano Artist Music Museum; Mexican American Cultural Center; Zeke Romo; Paul Hernandez; Susana Almanza; Raúl Valdez; Chicano; Chicana; Tejano; Tejana; Mexican American; Tex-Mex; Latin; Latino; Latina; Hispanic; East Austin; Texas; Tejas; Mexico; United States; border; community; barrio; music; culture; activism; organizing; radio; television; newspaper; photography; journalism; media; advertising; distribution; city politics; police brutality; affordable housing; single-member districts; environmental justice; people of color; communities of color; minorities; whiteness; race; ethnicity; class; economic; rich; poor; archive; archiving; social movement; social justice; equity; struggle; history; current events
|People United 2013 Jun 14 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features a conversation with Lucia Ornelas, Desiree Rios and Andrea Zarate of Latinitas, a nonprofit organization serving Latina girls through media and technology. They spoke at the KOOP Studio on May 30, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Lucia Ornelas; Desiree Rios; Andrea Zarate; Latinitas; magazine; school; education; after school; club; curriculum; program; programming; summer; camp; workshop; field trip; classes; scholarship; culture; cultural; multicultural; representation; image; icon; character; story; narrative; technology; journalism; media; cinema; film; filmmaking; video; videography; documentary; fashion; design; analysis; critical thinking; literacy; role model; mentor; mentoring; women; girls; youth; bilingual; Spanish; Latin; Latino; Latina; Mexican; Mexican American; University of Texas at Austin; UT-Austin; Laura Donnelly; Laura Donnelly Gonzalez; Laura Donnelly Gonzales; Laura Donnelly-Gonzalez; Laura Donnelly-Gonzales; Alicia Rascon; Brooke Marroquin; Natasha Saldaña; Natasha V Saldaña; El Paso; San Antonio; Dallas; Texas; Cesar Chavez; Dolores Huerta; United Farm Workers; Susana Almanza; Mamas of Color Rising; the Alamo; Mexican American studies; ethnic studies; ethnicity; national origin; race; class; gender; sex; sexual orientation; gay; LGBT; disability; religion; birth control; safe sex; abstinence; health; diversity; rights; equality; social justice; activist; activism; feminism; feminist; struggle; community; family; mother; father; parent; generation; generational; intergenerational; history; current events